Project Administrator

Project Administrator

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Project Administrator

Details of the offer

We operate a quality timber flooring services business servicing both commercial and residential clients based in Western Australia. Due to growth, we are expanding into larger commercial, retail and residential renovation projects.
Due to the demands of our projects, we seek a project administrator to plan and co-ordinate our many work programs. The position is based in Yokine, WA.
The successful candidate will have a diploma in management, experience in flooring contracting projects and work programs, demonstrated abilities in project site coordination and liaising with subcontractors and suppliers, strong communication skills, computer literate, strong eye for detail, capable of working autonomously, and have a driver’s licence.
The remuneration package consists of a base salary is $60,000 plus superannuation. If you fit this role, please follow the link below to apply.

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